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The Palm Springs International Film Festival has revealed details about its Talking Pictures program, a series of film clips and screenings accompanied by a discussion with Hollywood talent, scheduled during the Jan. 4-13 proceedings.
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On Jan. 5, the awards contender The Impossible will be screened, and star Naomi Watts, who will recieve the Desert Palm Achievement Award at the festival, will participate in a discussion moderated by The Hollywood Reporter‘s awards analyst Scott Feinberg.
There were three other Talking Pictures events announced.
On Jan. 4, Peter Greenaway will speak at a program entitled “The Death of Cinema — A Lecture With Pictures,” where the writer-director of Goltzius and the Pelican Company will explain how “our reliance of text in film is creating a populace of ‘visual illiterates,'” according to a release.
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Les Misérables director Tom Hooper — who will receive the Sonny Bono Visionary Award at the festival’s gala — and actor Eddie Redmayne will discuss the musical drama Jan. 6. Alan Cumming, the star of Any Day Now, will take part in a program discussion about the film Jan. 12.
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